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" My enemies may take from me what I have ; they may, as they think, make me poor, but I will be happy ! I mean not this as my defence, though I have done for the present. My defence will be... "
The Oxford Magazine: Or, Universal Museum - Page 173
1773
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The Perth magazine of knowledge and pleasure, Volume 4

...Frangas nan , fectes. They may take from me what I have, they may, as they think, make me poor, but I will be happy ! I mean not this as my defence, though...have done for the prefent. My defence will be made at the Bar, and before I fit down, I have one requeft to make to the Houfe, That when they come to decide...
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A New and General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ...

1798
... They may take from me what I have ; they may, as they think, make me poor, but I will be happy. Before I fit down, I have one requeft to make to the houfe, that when they come to decide upon my honour, they will not forget their own." The houfe of...
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The Parliamentary History of England, from the Earliest Period to the Year ...

William Cobbett, Great Britain. Parliament - 1813
...Frangas non flectes.' They may take from me what I have, they may, as they think, make me poor, but I will be happy. I mean not this as my defence, though I have done for the present. My defence will be made at that bar, and before I sit down, I have one request to make to...
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The Life of Robert, Lord Clive: Collected from the Family Papers ..., Volume 3

John Malcolm - 1836
...enemies may take from me what 1 have ; they may, as they think, make me poor, but I will be happy II mean not this as my defence, though I have done for the present. My defence will be heard at that bar ; but, before I sit down, I have one request to make...
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The Life of Robert, First Lord Clive

George Robert Gleig - 1848 - 314 pages
...Frangas, nonflectes. My enemies may take from me what I have ; they may, as they think, make me poor, but I will be happy ! I mean not this as my defence, though I have done for the present. My defence will be heard at that bar ; but, before I sit down, I have one request to make...
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The Life of Robert, First Lord Clive

George Robert Gleig - 1848 - 314 pages
...Frangas, nonflectes. My enemies may take from me what I have ; they may, as they think, make me poor, but I will be happy ! I mean not this as my defence, though I have done for the present. My defence will be heard at that bar ; but, before I sit down, I have one request to make...
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The Founders of the Indian Empire: Clive, Warren Hastings, and ..., Volume 1

George Bruce Malleson - 1882 - 516 pages
...Frangas, non flectes. My enemies may take from me what I have ; they may, as they think, make me poor, but I will be happy. I mean not this as my defence, though I have done for the present. My defence will be heard at that bar ; but, before I sit down, I have one request to make...
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Lord Clive

Sir Charles William Wilson - 1890 - 221 pages
...he observed), My enemies may take from me what I have ; they may, as they think, make me poor, but I will be happy ! I mean not this as my defence, though I have done for the present. My defence will be heard at that bar ; but, before I sit down, I have one request to make...
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Lord Clive

George Bruce Malleson - 1893 - 229 pages
...flectes1. My enemies may take from me what I have ; they may, as they think, make me poor, but I shall be happy. I mean not this as my defence, though I have done for the present. My defence will be heard at that bar, but before I sit down I have one request to make to...
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Lord Clive

Alexander John Arbuthnot - 1899 - 318 pages
..." Frangas non flectes" They may take from me what I have. They may as they think, make me poor, but I will be happy. I mean not this as my defence, though I have done for the present. My defence will be made at that bar, and before I sit down I have one request to make to the...
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